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bo iiiucL imblicltr Lib been eiven to
the ilul(raljlt Iroutjlea ol tha gtato uni
versity that the xlicy of retirencu here
tofore iitirnnoJ hy The OrugouiaD Id rula
tiuo lo tlioio la uo louuer vilhur net c
ary or wholeeoiua. The cage bu
reached at ae where plain apeamog
may be galutary.
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AUV uria1" auti naiuia ut iu hwuii,
are no myntcry. 1 liey aroae irom tno
m atakon attitmio of llio neonle of Ml
(jone townnla the university, which fo
mented tllvicioiia in tue lacuity ana in-
Rtiborriiuatiou ou it ol the atudenta.
The weaker minded among both pro-
luknora and umler-graduatea aeein to
have been overauaneplible to injurioui
local iuflueiicea. Ttiia indicatea a cer
tain la mem in diwipliue, and there may
havo been errors ol iudfuieiit on part ol
the executive conlrol in Ha relatione
with (acuity, atudonta ami townspeople,
Bmall nolo need be given to these, how
ever, aim:v they concern me regents
more llian the public. II is enoui(ii to
eay of the president that be seems to
enjoy the entire coouuouce ana euppori
ol tho Iward ot regents, that bis advice
aud recommendations are followed Im
plicity, and that bsseloBS intriguing
UKainst him can have no other effect
limn to destroy the credit and influence
with the board aud the Uisinteresteu
public of the intriguers themselves.
Such errors as appear in the nianage
uieut ol the univeraily aeein to have
arisen from failure lo resist with steadi
ness and resolution local attempts to de
grade and enfeeble the university and to
unlit it lor its proer worn lor toe peo
ple ol the w hole state. It teems to bare
been tho settled purpose of the people of
Kugene to make the state university a
local "private snap," and to secure pri
mary, academic and technical education
tor their children at the espense ol the
whole statu and to entire ruin of the
higher education for which the univer
sity was organized aud the people are
taxed. To this end, they have bedeviled
the regents and persecuted tho faculty,
making ar on college standards and
the methods of higher education, and
striving to eroct excrescences of prepara
tory atiil "business" departments to
train their primary pupils without local
taxation, instead of makiog it a uni
versity for the state, they have desired
to make it a village school for hugene,
to bo fed by appropriations logrolled
through tho legislature by their ener
getic and patriotic representatives.
Huecem ol this design would ruin toe
university altogether, not only by iin
I airing tmd dually dt-atroyiiig its effi
ciency aa a means ul higher education.
but by arouFing the just aud angry jeal
ousy ol other localities. When once it
became known that the state university
was a mere village school lor Kugene,
the cleverest logrolling could not get ap
propriations for it fioio representatives
of other localities. As a university, it
merits and will tecelve the interest and
support of tho whole slate. As a village
school, with a preparatory and "busi
ness" de urticeut, other parts ol the
state will eoou luaru to let Kugene sup
port it alone. Aatoria and Ashland and
The lallca and 1'eudloton and Hoseburg
are not going to lax themselves once lor
their owu local school and again to sup
port a iocitl school for Kugene.
If tho university is to be sustained, it
must somehow be beaten into the heads
of the eoplu ol Kii-icno that tbey have
no more iutcret in it und uo more to
say aUiut its maunguui)iit thau the peo
ple of other cil Ics w ho ate equally taxed
lor its tmpport. If they cannot bo taught
this, ti u stKiuer the uuiversiiy is re
moved elsewhere or abandoned the bet
The Pacified Provinces.
A currutuiondent of the H. Louis
li lube-Democrat has furnished that pa-
ter with au extract from a private letter
giving an account of the manner In
which deueral eyler recently traveled
in making a tour through one of the
provinces which lie bus reportod to Spain
aa being pacitied. The writer says:
in mo cao witu (tie engineer tuure
was an officer to watch the railroad
man. Io the wood car, which followed
the engine, was the captain-general s
liodv-iauird of forty negroes, riext came
au armored car, the sides covered with
plates of iron. This carried fifty sol
diets. Behind the armored car was tbe
baggage-car with fifty soldiers. Then
came (ioueral Woyler's palace car, oceu-
mod by him and the stall. Anotuer
armored car with fifty civilians brought
up Hie rear. All along the road at dis
tances of a iiuarter cf a mile were drawn
up detachments of troops."
With that description of the kind of
guard uecctiaary fur travel in a pacified
province it is not difficult to understand
w hy it coBts Spain something more than
$7,000,000 a month to keep up the pacitiu
conditions. Railway lines which baye
to be nrotocted by detachments of troops
every quarter of a mile cannot be run on
a Dusiuess oasis, out, must ue uiaiutaiucu
by a government subsidy, aud the policy
by which such a condition of affairs has
been brought about can be called "paci
fication" ouly by persons who are not at
all particular what tbey say or bow tbey
l'ortunalely, all the sigus of the timoe
uromise a near end lo W evler's career in
Cuba, aud. indeed, an end to any form of
Spanish administration there. It is now
certain the patriots cannot be conquered
and it is equally certain Spain cannot
much longer carry on a war where even
iu the pacified provinces so much ex
pense is required lor the transportation
of troons und ueuerala.
All icports from Washington are to
tho eil'oct that the president shares with
the people of the United States tbe de
sire lo Bt'6 Cuba possessed of peace aud
independence, aud will exert tbo whole
power ol t lie govornuioui to put au ouu
to tho imolu6H struggle which in now go
ing on. (.ioueral eyler may soou have
a chance to go home, where be can travel
with more safety, and all tho proviuces
of Cuba will then attain a genuine pact
llcation hv the withdrawal (rum the
isluud ol the laet Spanish soldier and tho
last hpaiiisli Hag, call
l.adv Hereford and the Dutlieea of
Marlborough are two Atuericau wuiucu
who itro said to bu competing for tho
itiuHiiouitiio honor ot wearing llio uioei
jewels al Kugliuh court luuctious.
Ptm'l luliai ci) Slt aud fcniuko Your Lift) Amy.
To null tolineco eixslly and forovor, be moil
m ile, lull of ll'u, ruTvound vlitor, tulte No-To
Hue, till) womlcr wurkir, tuat inuUcs trculc met
Ktrong. All tlrUKL'ihia, too or II. Cure turn run
iml lliMikltt und auiunle free. AitilreNg
btorllug ttemeUy Co., iiblvagoor New York.
Home people won Id like to have Mr.
Clevoland write an honest history of hit
Au eaalern exchaugo Las didcorered '
why the Cuban war drags along so slow
ly. Uoth the hpaoiarde and Cubans
Tbe rhnolx Hsrald remarks that
"Bryan like most 'old boss' politicians,
seems to forget that the Presidential con
test does not occur every yesr."
The premium on gold in the city of
Mexico has advanced to 111. Silver at
the old ratio In that.region has somehow
(ailed to lift itsell to the level ol gold, ae
Mr. Bryan promisee.
It Is reporte I at Athens that Emperor
William has sent a telegram to the sul
tan requesting him to take measures for
the teedy evacuation t of Tbesealy,
There are no Indications that a settle
ment has been reached lo the peace ne
gotiations. The popocrat candidates in Ohio for
senator and governor, are McLean, Itrice,
borg and Tom Johnson. Not one is
worth leas than a million, and jointly
their wealth amounts to more thau $12,
000,000. I'opocracy and plutocracy are
Kx-Senator Hill began a Epeccb lo
Itochcster last week with 1 lie remark :
"I am bete to say that I am not a pessi
mUt. I believe that prosperity will come
to us in the future." Mr. Hill further
strengthened his ad drees by condemning
tbe Bryan theories.
While souio of the brethren ol the
cloth were inveighing against the bicycle
Sunday before last. Itev. Thomas Oaten
of Milwaukee mounted his tired steed
and scorched along tbe boulevard, leav
ing a trail of smoke in his wake. He ran
down a boy and was hauled to jail.
It is a whole day's work for two men
to fell even the smallest mahogany tree.
On account of the spurs which project
from the base of the trunk a scaffold has
to be erected and the tree cut off above
the spurs, leaving thus a stump of the
very best wood from ten lo 1.) feet high.
A most lamentable accident hapieued
at Blodgett, Benton county, Thursday.
The eleven year old daughter of Mr. and
Mra. wiauofnky, while playing at school
was kicked by a horse. It was a fright
ful blow and, after lingering a fw hours,
the little sufferer died Friday night.
The rcufains were laid to rest Sunday
in the Blodgett cemetery. Times.
Snain is getting her navy ready for
war, but will perhape escape that alter
native by the payment of a handsome
indemnity and the hanging of Dr. Kuu'
jailor, which in tbo long ran will be
cheaper. The consolation for the jailor
is, ol necessity, remote hut bo will not
caie a great deal after be shall have done
his little dance in the air. San Fiaucieco
Henry Mathews has a three legged
and four looted young goose at his heme
near Goshen that is somewhat of a curios
ity. The surplus leg comes oat back of
the others and baa two feet attached to
it. The leg wad feet have ordinary de
velopment except tbe leg is short and
lacks about an inch of being lone
enough to allow the feet to touch the
Corvallis Times: They still find
things in excavating for the foundation
for the Whilehoin brick. The latest is
a five gallon keg of hard cider, it was
found embodied in the groand ave or six
feet below the surface. The keg, though
an oaken beer keg was almost ready to
rot. It bote the familiar stamp 11. W.
The curious find is supposed to have been
hidden from tho world lor twenty years
more or less.
(ioveruor riuurce of Michigan has re
cently expressed tegret that over in Illi
nois notorious ooouiera nru inaeu lum
what is called the best society and are
lioni.ed by what is known as tbe re
suectable element." It is now the turn
of Governor Tanner lo pass some remarks
on the social cultuio and potato patches
of Detroit, and then the equilibrium of
the lake States will be restored and tho
atmosphore return to its normal summer
Kx-Governor A It told of Illinois is to
deliver the Fourth of July oration before
tbe popocratic league of Brooklyn, "un
less some unforseon matter prevents,"
to use his own phase in accepting the
invitation. As the eminent anarchist
has not vet been convicted of looting the
Cilobo bank, neither incarceration nor
tight lo escape it is likely to be the un
foreeeu preventive. But just think of
such a, man preaching patriotism to an
American audience: leiegram.
As one of tbe results of our interfer
ence to protect Venexuela from British
greed there bas been opened at the cap
ltol of Venezuela a museum for the ex
hibit of American goods, the purpose be
ing to induce the people there to pur
chase from their friends in this couutry
many articles which they have hitherto
brought from F.urope. It would be grat
ifying to have a similar exhibit iu every
country in South America, as a help to
ward bringing about the establishment
of the l'an-Auiericau policy of James G.
It makes very little dillerejce to tbe
people of Oregou whether the Tenuoyer
tacks his gubernatorial boom to popoc
racy or populism. Both parties favor
makiug a Ui-cent silver dollar a legal
lender for debts already contracted on
the gold standard consideration, and for
that reason neither party is iu favor
with the majority of the voters of this
state. That was demonstrated last .No
vember, aud it will be demonstrated
auaiu to Mr. l'eunoyer's dissatisfaction
win u ho comes before the people as a
Tho Sacramento Boo ia always stirring
thiugs up. It now rises to uver that the
geucral opinion oi tue newspapers ot tai
lfornia is that tho poll-tax iu an imitosi
tiou aud tdiould be abolished. "They
have," it goes on to affirm, "boon fuyiug
that now lor over leu years, betweeu
every legislative iutermissiuu, but when
tho legislature moots tho iiewspH'rs
auem to (oi get all about tbe matter, uud
give up to patty honetlta aud pothouse
politics the biuiuaaud Iho energy w hich
should be devoted to matters ul more
Tho extout to which autaguuisui lo
alieu labor is turned iu the l.ast IB illus
trated by the fact that tho 1'euusylvauia
legislature bus passed a bill requiring all
coriioratious to deduct from the wages ol
aliens iu their employ a sum sufficient to
pay the taxes assessed against them. A
bill has also been ised imoeing a tax
of 3 cents a dar on each unnaturalized
adult male, to I deducted from wages
by their employers. The validity ol
these statutes will have lo be decided by
tbe courU, but there can be no question
of their significance.
The champion ass of Askansas, is
Jones, the governor, who refuse! to send
representatives lo the International Gold
Mining Congress, at Denver, because he
is opposed to tbe gold standard. He is a
fair sample of tbe average assay of Bry
an's howling silver dervishes, whose fa
natic and idiotic opposition and antipa
thy to gold is as intense as their general
Ignorance, and would go so far as, if pos
sible, to close down the gold mines that
are the only means of support to a large
portion of the West, and make it a high
oime for Bible sharps lo sing or speak
of the city or streets of gold. Shasta
That "sick man of Europe" threatens
to lift the green flag and draw the aword
of God and Mohammed. That means
that he is not to tick but that he can
contemplate the rallying of millions of
Musslemans to threaten end overawe
Christian powers. And the worst of it
is that while it is true he would De pat
down in the end, since civilization does
not go backwards, before that could be
accomplished be would make a world ol
trouble on this earth, and cause hun
dreds of thousands of ha man beings to
welter in their gore. He could burn
citioe, overrun States, devastate vast
areas, paralyze Europe, and bring on
such misery and woe as not a hundred
years of prosperity would asiuage.
The theorists w ho insisted dcring last
fall's discussion ol the silver question
that (he adoption of the silver standard
would prove advantageous to oar foreign
commerce will probably be surprised to
Gnd that it is this very subject which led
both Japan and Peru to adopt the gold
standard. Statements by the officials of
these two nations show in each case that
tbey found that their foreign commerce
was Buffering by reason of the fluctuations
in tbe value of their currency since for
eigners in accepting their coin simply
cluaet-! if as bullion, while tbey forced it
upon the citizens of those countries at its
face value in payment of their exports.
This testimony as to tbe real effect of a
silver Btandard on foreign commerce,
coming simultaneously, as it does from
two nations widely separated, is ex
tremely valuable, and must show lo those
w ho were inclined to accept the foreign
commerce theory of the silver proposi
tion laet fall that it was erroneous.
Tammany Between the Devil and the
Mr. Bryan has been told that there are
in New York gold democrats who might
be captured by Tammany this year if it
should discreetly stop talking about sil
ver. There are the democrat", too, who
have money, and Tammany was never
more greedy for money than it ia now.
It wants to run au expensive campaign ;
and hence Mr. Sheeban feels that he
cannot afford to alienate the told bugs,
for tbftfgoldbugs are the money- bags.
Tbe great Tammany vote la silver, boi it
is poor, and gold is rich.
Tammany is In a very trying place. It
is betweeu two fires. Unquestionably
tbe maintenace of democratic regularity
requires that it should stand openly and
(irmly on the Chicago platform, which
now is tbe only official standard of regu
lar democracy. But if it reaffirms the
Chicago platfurm, and nominates an oat
and out Bryan democrat for mayor, it
will inevitably destroy all chance of help
from the gold democrats, pecuuiary and
political. If it "ignores" the Chicago
platform, with a view to the conciliation
of the gold bugs, a straight-out Bryanite
ticket is sure to be put in the field, and
the party nominating it would have good
claims to the title of sole regularity, for
which Tammany strives hrst c! all. .
Everybody Says So.
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guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
Hqulrrtrl poison at Maratera).
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Love is the
of many an at
doomed to love
hood by ill
health. No wo-
il S v man sliouid en
Uy ter upon the du-
via n( U-ifphiVVi
who is not fitted by good health for
tiiafr ru-vtitinfi and for the resnonsibiU-
ties ot motherhood. If a woman suffers
aa. u Aol-riitua ii n4 ilituaoa nf tli orciitis
IIVIU Y. V aw " - ---- - - O
that make wifehood and motherhood pos
sible, she should remedy these conditions
before assuming the responsinuuies or a
wife. Otherwise, she stands little chance
tiuntw and ranable wife, and
motherhood will always menace her with
the terrors of death.
A sure and quick cure for all weak
ness and disease that unfits a womau for
ntatviiiinnv and maternity is found in Dr.
Favorite Prescription. It acts
tlr.tw ami only on the ortrans involved.
It makes them Rtronn and healthy. It
cures all weakness and disease. It pre
.,,,,.0 (Vm- tvitVlinnd and motherhood.
Taken during the expectant period It
makes babv'a coming easy and compara
tively painless. It Insures the health ol
the child. Thousands of women have
testified to its merits. Druggists sell It.
"I have found Bleat relief aince takiug youl
'Favoiile 1'reacripliou,'" wrilea Mia. Henry
nt.inn, r T itnsilale. Provideuce Co., R. I. "I
waa all broken down from nervoun ptmlration
...i.i .,n..v ..ini,.in i have had more re
ii.r .:... I,. ..n all the ilut-tora' medkinea wlilcb
coat me more than I could afford."
It Is hard work to work when poisoned
from nt electtd constipation. Ir. Pierce'l
Pleasant Pallets cure constipation.
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(Muccciwor to J. JAHKULKK.j
Practical : Watchmaker, : Jeweler : and : Optician.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JKWF.I.KY. AND FANCY I.OOU8.
aa-aiaa at a Ml ajap.n a at H a &rm
Genuine lira.llliiii llyr Iumm?m hikI Hjiv:tiileM
A COMi'LKTX STOCK OF
Cutlery, Notions, Tohacco, Cigart and Smokers' Articles.
Also Proprietor and Manager of Koselmrg's Famous Uargain Store.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS ! NEW PRICES!
S. K. SYKES,
V) STOVES, TINWARE, CUTLERY,
Ammunition and Sporting Goods.
Careful attention In
IMutublUK aud KepalrliiK.
DEALKtW IS AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Finest line of goods ever brought to Roseburg.
Prices to suit the times.
Parrott Building, -f Jackson Street, f ROSEBURG.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
OEAI.EgS IN ALL KI.NOS F
SHE ID FUC7 GROCERIES IN PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS HMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A FLI.I. I.INB OK
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
GIVE L'S A TRIAL.
. You Can't iJ
$ Male A
3 jr! awT WWte Plume from a f
A MVsl Crow's Tall, nor a good V
O J! jntt. Bicycle from Castings. 0
$ xJcCS. The Monarch
tlrj Look I
Under the Tw.t
I V Enamel ! I
V VV We want bright llv "- ''"fall V
3 V businessmen ? ' 'rT'lsSy Ca
H v to represent us f iVmSr K
V everywhere. W 5 Q
? AlONARCH CYCLE MFQ. CO., g
f J Chicago New York London O
Jmt 5end nine two-cent atampa lor Monarch T
.a Playing Cards. Kegular Joe cards. n
Dress Goods, Furnishing Goods,
Mats, Caps, Hoots, 5hocs.
Cloaks, Captrs, Wraps,
In short, our shelves are filled with au excellent stock
suited to all tastes aud to meet all requirements. Our
motto is: UA Squaru Dkal."
t'onii r Oak aiitl
MASCFACl TRKRS OK
' One Door South ol P. O.
WOLLEMBERG X ABRAHAM.